The shoe-thrower comes in at No. 5 on our list of men known for doing something other than wearing their kicks. Read on for the top four.
Muntadhar al-Zaidi was released Tuesday after serving nine months in jail for throwing his shoes at former President George W. Bush.
The Electoral Complaints Commission says it found evidence of fraud at 10 percent of polling stations. A recount will prolong the country’s political uncertainty.
Officials say 35.5 m.p.g. rule will cut foreign oil demand, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and save drivers money.
Many Americans who have insurance, including the union-hall set, are wary of overhaul and would rather stick with the status quo.
But the Oct. 1 meeting may simply set the stage for the US to seek tougher sanctions against Tehran for its nuclear program.
The FBI crime report, released Monday, shows murder and rape are down dramatically. But data on property crimes are inconclusive.
Scientists worry that two species of nonnative pythons now near the Everglades could breed, yielding more aggressive offspring.